Society

Society (1989)

First published by FilmLand Empire “The rich have always sucked off low-class shit like you.” This line, coming late in Brian Yuzna’s Society, effectively summarises the film’s dog-eat-dog – or more precisely pedigree-eat-mongrel – theme. For here, five years after Martin Brest’s Beverly Hills Cop (1984) and three after Paul Mazursky’s Down and Out in Beverly Hills…

You and the Night (Les rencontres d'après minuit) (2013)

Review first published by Grolsch FilmWorks By night, everything becomes obscured, abstracted, reduced to invisible concepts. It’s a time for intimate liaisons, supernatural hauntings, criminal activities, midnight movies and deep, dark dreams. It’s also the setting for Yann Gonzalez’s strikingly stylised debut You and the Night, which combines all of these elements in a genre-savvy…